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The Roomsounds Are Recording a Coming-of-Age Record

9 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Even since before their 2012 self-titled debut album, The Roomsounds have gone through many rebirths. Ahead of their junior album release, the modern-take-on-classic-rock outfit is working with a relatively new lineup. But listening to The Roomsounds’ most recent single, “Take Me As I Am,” it’s clear nearly nothing can slow...
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This Weekend: Drinks and Blacksmithing in Uptown, Dumplings in North Dallas and Dinners in West Dallas

9 hours ago by Taylor Adams
The Perle on Maple is hosting an event with light bites by executive chef Wade Burch, Heaven’s Door whiskey cocktail samples and — really — an interactive blacksmithing experience. Apparently Heaven’s Door has partnered with Bob Dylan, and each bottle shows the work of Dylan’s welded iron gates from his...
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In Lieu of Federal Funds, Turkeys Used to Drive Health Insurance Enrollment in Dallas

9 hours ago by Lucas Manfield
Over the last three years, the federal government has gutted an Obamacare program designed to increase health insurance enrollment. Dallas has been hit hard: millions of dollars that had been used to help low-income households has disappeared, contributing to its status as one of least insured regions in the country...
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DPD Cutting Officers’ Off-Duty Work. A Little.

9 hours ago by Stephen Young
Last November, an audit of the Dallas Police Department's off-duty work policy landed with a thud. Due to lax oversight and departmental controls, the audit said, DPD put itself at risk for officers working up to 112 hours per week when off-duty law enforcement work was factored in, officers doing...
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Truth Battles Fact in Stage West’s The Lifespan of a Fact

9 hours ago by Anna Lowery
The Lifespan of a Fact, a play by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell and Gordon Farrell, begins with a perplexing spew of facts, none of which makes any sense. The audience hears something about a suicide in Las Vegas, a chicken playing tic-tac-toe, the phrase “Buckets of Blood” (which ends up...
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Dallas City Council Corruption Case a Third-Cousin to Trump Impeachment

9 hours ago by Jim Schutze
The main lawyer in an upcoming Dallas City Council corruption trial is also an important player in impeachment. And quid pro quo, by now the best known Latin phrase in Washington, meaning this for that or what for what, also is at the center of our local imbroglio. Washington A-Team...
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Dallas (and Observer)-Tied Trump Official Busted for Lying on Résumé

9 hours ago by Stephen Young
U.S. State Department official and former Dallas media darling Mina Chang had a bad day Monday. Just before lunch, NBC News posted a triple-bylined investigative piece outlining how Chang worked her way into a job as deputy assistant secretary of state in the Trump administration, thanks to a puffed-up résumé and fake Time magazine...
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After 20 Years, Simple Plan Just Wants to Make Music and a Difference

9 hours ago by Chelsey Norris
Although they may be more “pop” than “punk,” the Simple Plan members are undeniably sweethearts. Fans haven’t been able to get enough of these guyliner-wearing Canadians since we first heard their debut album No Pads, No Helmets … Just Balls in 2002, with megahits like “I’m Just a Kid” and...
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TCU Percussion Orchestra To Play Prized Spot in Showcase After Earning International Honor

9 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
This week, percussion students from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth are being recognized with an international honor. The TCU Percussion Orchestra will head to Indianapolis to perform at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. At PASIC, percussionists, drummers, enthusiasts, performers and educators from around the world all head to...
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Take Thanksgiving To-Go: These Dallas Restaurants Have Your Back This Holiday

9 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Ah, Thanksgiving. That time when we all come around a table and visit with people we might see every week or just once a year, right around this time. While some may worry about conversations of politics or religion bringing down the vibe, others focus on the food. So if...

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